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Paradox for Windows

Paradox for Windows

Paradox for Windows

(OP)
When I try to run Paradox for Windows on my LapTop (Win XP) I get :


Can't run 16-bit Windows program.
Insufficient memory to run this applcation. Quit one or more Windows applications and then try again.


Programm works OK on my desktop (Also Win XP).

Any suggestions???

RE: Paradox for Windows


What version of Windows?

What level (service pack) of WinXP?

Tony McGuire
Stop Rob Bennett - http://www.notrob.info
"It's not about having enough time; we have the rest of our lives.  It's about priorities."

RE: Paradox for Windows

(OP)
Windows SP2

RE: Paradox for Windows


Another question was in there:

What version of Paradox?

(how does one line not get posted?)

Tony McGuire
Stop Rob Bennett - http://www.notrob.info
"It's not about having enough time; we have the rest of our lives.  It's about priorities."

RE: Paradox for Windows

(OP)
PARADOX FOR WINDOWS Version 1.0 -- 1992 release???

I am trying to move the tables from Paradox 4.0 DOS to this version of Paradox for windows. I got this version of PDX WIN a long time ago. I only got around to install it now.

Thanks.

RE: Paradox for Windows


Well, a 14 year old program on xp.


Have you set the 'compatibility' mode in the icon used to start Paradox?

I don't know of anyone who is still running that version.

As far as the tables, the version you have may be the most recent to that version.  I don't think the table format changed until 5.  

But that also depends on what version of table format each of your tables are actually in.

Tony McGuire
Stop Rob Bennett - http://www.notrob.info
"It's not about having enough time; we have the rest of our lives.  It's about priorities."

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